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ROBERT F. GRACIA 
JAY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

'The days of our youth are the 
days of our glory." 

Ambition: P.F.C. Characteristic: 
Bedroom pink eyes. Address: 256 
Broadway, Taunton, Mass. 




Activities: Newman Club 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



Activities: A.A.T.C.C. 1, 2, 3, 
Vice-president 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Student Council 1, 
2; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Class Presi- 
dent 1, 2; Camera Club 1; 
Circle K Club 1, 2, Board of 
Directors 3; Vice President 4; 
Tech Talk 1; Feature Editor 2; 
FABRICATOR 4; Phi Psi 1, 2; 
Secretary 3; Vice President 4; 
Student Council Award 3. 




BRUCE A. CULBRANSON 
BRUCE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"Money doesn't talk it screams." 

Ambition: Multiple Martini Man- 
ipulator. Address: 3 Brownell St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Camera Club 1; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3; Vice- 
president 4; Baseball 1, 2; A. 
A.T.C.C. 2, 3. 



JAMES W. HARRISON 
"HARRY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"The sky is no limit." 

Ambition: To be a pilot. Char- 
acteristic: Quiet. Address 10 
Brownell St., New Bedford, Mass. 



CHRISTOPHER A. HAYES 
"CHRIS" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

''Competition is the spice of 
life" 

Ambition: Technical Salesman. 
Characteristic: Storyteller. Ad- 
dress: 315 Chancery St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Univets 1, Secretary 
2, 3, 4; Tech Talk 2, 4; FAB- 
RICATOR 4; Delta Kappa Phi 
2, 3, Sergeant-at-arms 4; 
Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES E. HODGKINS 
"CHUCK" 

Bachelor of Science in Textile 
Chemistry 

"He only is a well-made man 
who has a good determination." 

Ambition: To assume control of 
the Cornell Dubilier Corp. Char- 
acteristic: One gold bar. Address: 
31 Vernon St., New Bedford, 
Mass. 




Activities: A.A.T.C.C. 2, 4, 
vice-president 3; Delta Kappa 
Phi 3, 4. 






FRANCIS W. MARCO 
FRANK" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"In quietness and confidence 
shall be your strength." 

Characteristic: Love and marriage. 
Address: 50 Ohio St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 



Activities: Circle K Club 2; 
Newman Club 2; Delta Kappa 
Phi 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 
2. 




RONALD H. MITCHELL 



"RONNIE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 
Textile Chemistry 

"All the worlds a stage, and 
everyone else's a stage hand." 

Ambition: To learn German. Char- 
acteristic: Orange sweater. Ad- 
dress: 11 Rounds St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 




Activities: Phi Psi 1, 2; Junior 
Warden 3; Chapter Editor 4; 
A.A.T.C.C. 4; Camera Club 1. 



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STEFAN T. MULAWKA 
STEVE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

Ambition: To be a success. Char- 
acteristic: Cooperation. Address: 
90 Norman St., New Bedford, 
Mass. 



JULIEN P. OLSZOWY 
"PETE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 



'Marriage above all." 

Characteristic: Management. Ad 
dress: 322 Nash Rd., New Bed 
ford, Mass. 




Activities: Glee Club 1; Circle 
K Club 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 
3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4; 
A.A.T.C.C. 4; Junior Prom 
Committee. 






Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; 
Newman Club 2; Vice-presi- 
dent 3; Treasurer 4; Phi Psi 1, 

2, 3; Treasurer 4; A.A.T.C.C. 

3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. 




RICHARD L. PEPIN 
DICK" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 
Textile Chemistry 

i How little of mischief he really 
had done." 

Ambition: To shoot down Harry. 
Characteristic: The glass breaker. 
Address: 55 Durfee St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 



PATRICIA L. PERRY 



"PAT" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

'Her ivays are ways of pleasant- 
ness, and all her paths are 
peace." 

Ambition: To see the world. Char- 
acteristic: Only girl in the T. C. 
class. Address 100 Weeden Rd., 
Fairhaven, Mass. 




Activities: Newman Club 2, 3, 
4; Girls' Basketball 2; A.A.T. 
C.C. 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2. 



Activities: Newman Club 2, 3, 
4; Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; A. 
A.T.C.C. 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 




RONALD S. PERRY 
RONNIE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"The action of men are the best 
interpreter of their thoughts." 

Ambition: To clean oil burners. 
Favorite Saying: How about an- 
other round? Address: 20 Rich- 
mond St., New Bedford, Mass. 



KENNETH j. PREVOST 
'LUCKY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"/£ is life near the bone ivhere 
it is sweetest 

Ambition: Life, liberty and the 
pursuit of happiness. Favorite 
Saying: "Can I borrow a wrench." 
Address: 39 Roosevelt St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Newman Club 2; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; A.A. 
T.C.C. 2, 3. 



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Activities: Camera Club 3; Phi 
Psi 3, 4. 



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Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"Let each man do his best." 

Ambition: A 10 o'clock lunch 
break. Characteristic: Used car 
salesman. Address: 46 Babbitt 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 




WILLIAM H. SHERMAN 
'BILL" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"The true pleasure of life is to 
live with your inferiors." 

Ambition: To be a college profes- 
sor. Favorite Saying: "Deal'Em" 
Address: 464 County St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Circle K Club 2, 3; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; A.A. 
T.C.C. 1; Treasurer 2, 3; Pres- 
ident 4; Senior Prom & Ban- 
quet Committee. 



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Activities: Student Council 2, 
3; Glee Club 1, 2; Class Vice- 
president 2, 3; Univets 1, 2; 
Vice-president 3, 4; FABRI- 
CATOR; Phi Psi 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Sports 2, 3; A.A.T.C.C. 
4. 



RICHARD A. TURNER 
'DICK" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"There is no substitute for thor- 
ough going, ardent and sincere 
earnestness." 

Ambition: To continue the search 
of wisdom. Favorite Saying: 
"Want to hold this bottle of acid? 
. . . OOPS!" Address 602 Slocum 
Rd., No. Dartmouth, Mass. 




BABJAT Z. YOUSIF 
"JOE" 

Master of Science Degree in 
Textile Chemistry 

"A good mind possesses a king- 
dom." 

Ambition: To become president 
of the U. S. Favorite Saying: "I 
raise ya ten." Address: Iraq. 




Activities: Phi Psi 1, 2, 3. 



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JANET L CLIFFORD 
"JAN" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

"A teacher affects eternity; she 
can never tell where her influ- 
ence stops." 

Ambition: Marriage. Character- 
istic: School Spirit. Address: 493 
Mill St., New Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Student Council 4; 
Glee Club 1; Class Secretary 
4; Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, 
treasurer 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Cheerleading 1, 2, 4, 
Captain 3; Senior Prom and 
Banquet Committee 4; FABRI- 
CATOR; Protestant Fellowship 
3. 







Activities: Newman Club 4, 
Secretary 2, 3; Clee Club, 
Secretary 1; Student Council 1, 
2, 3; Tech Talk Art Editor 2; 
Class Secretary 1, 2, 3; Cheer- 
leading 1, Captain 2; Inter- 
fraternity Council, Secretary 2; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1, Vice-pres- 
ident 2, 3, President 4; FAB- 
RICATOR 3, Art Editor 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom and Banquet Committee; 
Dean's List 3. 



GABRIELLE M. COYNE 
"GABY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

"Here's to the girl with a heart 
and smile who makes this bub- 
ble of life worthwhile." 

Ambition: To make Bill happy. 
Characteristic: Friendliness. Ad- 
dress: 59 Union St., Fairhaven, 
Mass. 



JOAN ANN PARKIN 
"JONI" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

"Innocent eyes not mine.'* 

Ambition: To be a good art teach- 
er. Characteristic: Blue and white 
chevy. Address: 395 West Elm 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 





Activities: Camera Club 1; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 3, 4; Girls' 
Basketball 2; FABRICATOR; 
Senior Prom and Banquet Com- 
mittee. 




Activities: Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 
2, 4, Secretary 3; Camera Club 
1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Girls' 
Basketball 2. 





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MARILYN T. RUCGLES 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

"Thought is deeper than all 
speech." 

Ambition: To travel. Character- 
istic: Quiet. Address: 25 Devoll 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 




DONALD N. SILVEIRA 



"DON" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

"Money brings honor, friends, 
conquest, and realms." 

Ambition: To marry for money and 
social status. Characteristic: Lo- 
quacious. Address: 224 Hersom 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Glee Club 1; Cam- 
era Club, Treasurer 1, Vice- 
president 2; FABRICATOR 4; 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom and 
Banquet Committee. 



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Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; 
Univets 1, 2, 3, 4. 




ALEXANDER B. ANSELMO 
ALEX" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 
Electrical Engineering 

'War, he sung, is toil and trou- 
ble; Honour but an empty 
bubble." 

Ambition: To live a full life. Char- 
acteristic: Experienced rheostat 
exploder. Address 7 Hitch St., 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



GEORGE BOTSEAS 



Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"Romance is the Poetry of 
literature." 

Ambition: To attend Naval O.C.S. 
Characteristic: Could never get up 
in time for breakfast in Washing- 
ton. Address: 125 Eugenia St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4. 



Activities: A.I.E.E. 3, 4; New- 
man Club 2, 3, 4; Univets 1, 2. 




ALFRED J. COUTU 
"AL" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

Wo man is born without am- 
bitious wordly desires." 

Ambition: To retire at the age of 
thirty. Characteristic: Capaci- 
tance engineer of Aerovox Cor- 
poration. Address: 5 Arch St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 



GILBERT DUTRA, JR. 
"GILLY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"Drink pretty creature, drink." 

Ambition: Undecided. Character- 
istic: Likes to drive his car with 
the back wheels jacked off the 
ground. Address: 343 Orchard St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



Activities: A.I.E.E. 
3, Chairman 4. 



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DONALD J. LeBLANC 
DON" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

'Imagination rules the world." 

Ambition: To be a professor. Char- 
acteristic: Same as Lionel Roder- 
igues. Address: 11 Narragansett 
Blvd., Fairhaven, Mass. 



GERALD P. LEWIS 



"JERRY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"When night hath set her silver 

lamp on high, then is the time 

for study." 

Ambition: To be a professor 
of mathematics. Characteristic: 
"How do you do that problem?" 
"I haven't looked at it yet!" 
Address: 34 Viall St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 




Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; Class Treas- 
urer 4; Baseball 1; Univets 1; 
Basketball 1; FABRICATOR. 




Activities: A.I.E.E. 3, Treas- 
urer 4; Student Council 3; 
Class Treasurer 3; Univets 1, 
3, Vice-president 2. 



DAVID E. LOWE 
"DAVE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"' 'Tis education forms the com- 
mon mind; Just as the twig is 
bent the trees inclined." 

Ambition: To bask in the hot sun 
under soft breezes. Characteris- 
tic: Head waiter of New Bedford 
Hotel. Address: 140 Hathaway 
Rd., New Bedford, Mass. 



JOHN C. O'CONNOR 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

'A little more sleep and a little 
more slumber" 

Ambition: To satisfy my needs. 
Characteristic: St. Lukes Hospit- 
al's maintenance engineer experi- 
enced in splitting the washer. Ad- 
dress: 31 Sycamore St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 




Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4. 



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LIONEL N. RODERIGUES 

"ROD" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"One hour's sleep before mid- 
night is worth three afters 

Ambition: Research and Develop- 
ment. Characteristic: "Lets cut 
class today and go to the show." 
Address: 444 Rivet St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 



Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4. 



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RAYMOND SOUZA 



"RAY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"I have another fish to fry." 

Ambition: To travel. Character- 
istic: Sleeping beauty of the 
chemistry class. Address: 169 
Richard St., New Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. 



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Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, Cor- 
responding Secretary 4; Glee 
Club 1, President 2; Newman 
Club 2, 4, Activity Chairman 
3; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Class Vice-president 
4; FABRICATOR. 




RONALD V. TAKACH 
RONNIE VINCE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

"Why should the devil have all 
the good tunes?" 

Ambition: To be associated with a 
company that is advancing in new 
products and development. Char- 
acteristic: Same as Donald J. Le- 
Blanc's. Address: 113 Clara St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 



RONALD A. WADE 
"CHARLIE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Electrical Engineering 

'Blushing is the colour of vir- 

Ambition: To go to work. Char- 
acteristic: "The best part of 
Washington, D. C. was the 180 lb. 
beauty." Address: 43 Oxford St., 
Fairhaven, Mass. 




Activities: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; 
Clee Club 1; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; 
Track 2; Collegians 3, 4; Del- 
ta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4. 



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Activities: Mechanical Engin- 
eering Club Award; Univets 1, 
4, treasurer 2, president 3; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 
3; Mechanical Engineering Club 
3, 4; Student Council 4; presi- 
dent 3; Class President 3, 4; 
Advertising Manager of FABRI- 
CATOR. 



JOSEPH A. CARRIER 
"JOE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"A heart to convince, a mind to 
direct, and a hand to execute." 

Ambition: To be an executive. 
Characteristic: Politician. Ad- 
dress: 22 St. John St., South 
Dartmouth, Mass. 



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ALAN B. COLLINGE 



Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"The secret of success is con- 
stancy to purpose." 

Ambition: Fulfill a needed pos" 
tion. Characteristic: Writes so 
small that only he can read it. Ad- 
dress: 173 Pitman St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 




Activities: Class Treasurer 2; 
Student Council Vice-president 
2; Mechanical Engineering Club 
2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
Protestant Fellowship 3; Vice- 
president 4; Engineering Draw- 
ing Award; Deans List 1. 



Activities: Univets 2, 3; Me- 
chanical Engineering Club 3; 
Corresponding Secretary 4. 




THOMAS CONNELLY, JR. 
TOM" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"Strongest minds are of ten; 

those of whom the noisy world 

hears least." 

Ambition: To make a million. 
Characteristic: "Did you see Bilko 
last night??" Address: 89 Wash- 
ington St., New Bedford, Mass. 



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PAUL M. DUVAL 



"LEFTY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"Nothing is impossible to a 
winning heart." 

Ambition: To retire at the age of 
40. Characteristic: Loves to talk 
about sports; ANY SPORT. Ad- 
dress: 138 Seabury St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 





Activities: Mechanical Engin- 
eering Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 1; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 4; Univets 1, 2; A.I.E. 
E. 






Activities: Delta Kappa Phi 1, 
2, 3, 4; Univets 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 1, 
2, Secretary 3, 4; Dean's List 
Spring 1, 2, 3, Fall 3; Math- 
ametics Award 1 ; Neuss Hes- 
slein Scholarship 2; Acushnet 
Process Scholarship 3; A.S.T.E. 
1, 2, 3, 4. 




FRYDERYK E. GORCZYCA 



'FRED" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"Genius, that power that dazzles 

mortal eyes, is oft but perser- 

verance in disguise." 

Ambition: To lead a successful 
life. Characteristic: Perseverance. 
Address: County Rd., East Free- 
town, Mass. 



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WAYNE A. HASKELL 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"From contemplation one may 

become wise, but knowledge 

comes only from study." 

Ambition: Mechanical Engineer- 
ing job. Characteristic: Eating 
candy bars. Address: 10 Wilbur 
Ave., No. Dartmouth, Mass. 













Activities: Dean's List, fall 1, 
3, spring 3; Hinkey Award; J. 
C. Rhodes Co. Scholarship; Me- 
chanical Engineering Club 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3; FABRISATOR; 
Sports Editor 4; Protestant 
Fellowship 3, 4; Delta Kappa 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Activities: Univets 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; En- 
gineering Club 2, treasurer 3, 
vice-president 4. 



DENNIS J. HENZEL 
"DENNY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 
Mechanical Engineering 



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"Be swift to hear, slow to speak, 
and slow to wrath." 

Ambition: To be a plant engineer. 
Characteristic: Always wide 
awake. Address: 199 Frank St., 
New Bedford, Mass. 



PAUL V.MURRAY 



Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"Good nature is one of the rich- 
est fruits of personality." 

Ambition: To become Premier of 
Ireland. Characteristic: "Who 
can we get into trouble today???" 
Address: 23 Adams St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 




Activities: Mechanical Engin- 
eering Club, Treasurer 2, 3, 4; 
Univets 1, 2, 3, 4; A.S.T.E. 1, 
2, 3, 4. 





Activities: Univets 2, 3; A. I.E. 
E. 3, 4; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing Club 3, President 4. 




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EARL B. PARKER 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"The highest of distinctions is 
service to others." 

Ambition: To be a top notch en- 
gineer. Characteristic: "How do 
you guys find time for television?" 
Address: 128 Arlington St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 




EDMUND G. ROBERCE 



"SKIP" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

'Character is the cornerstone of 
all success." 

Ambition: To become a wealthy 
engineer. Famous Reply: Hey! 
Wait until I put on my glasses. 
Address: 286 Ashley Blvd., New 
Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Univets 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Engineering Club 4. 




Activities: Mechanical Engin- 
eering Club 3, 4; Univets 2, 3, 
4; A.I.E.E. 3, 4. 



JOHN THORNHILL, JR. 
"JOHNNY" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"Few things are impossible to 
diligence and skill." 

Ambition: Success. Famous Reply: 
"When my sons make the major 
leagues don't try to bum tickets 
from me." Address: 122 Bluefield 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 



PETER D. WERTZ 
"PETE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"A good heart is better that all 
the heads in the ivorld." 

Ambition: To make a million. 
Famous Saying: "Let's go play 
golf." Address: North St., Matta- 
poisett, Mass. 




Activities: A.I.E.E.; Engineer- 
ing Club 3, 4; Class Vice-presi- 
dent 1 ; Intramural Basketball 
3,4. 



Activities: Univets 1, 2, 3; En- 
gineering Club 4. 




GEORGE B. WILLIAMS 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Mechanical Engineering 

"Patience is a necessary ingre- 
dient of genius." 

Ambition: Retire at 35. Famous 
Saying: California, here I come." 
Address: 69 Alden St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 



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RAYMOND W. BRACKETT 
"RAY" 

Certificate in Sewing Machine 
Maintenance 

"Life is just one darned thing 
after another." 

Ambition: To get a good job. 
Characteristic: Blond hair. Ad- 
dress: 138 Washington St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 




Activities: Univets 2; Base- 
ball 2. 



Activities: Univets 2; Base- 
ball 2. 




PAUL R. COTE 

Certificate in Sewing Machine 
Maintenance 

"He smiles away the cares of the 
day:' 

Ambition: Marriage. Character- 
istic: Personality. Address: 63 
Dudley St., New Bedford, Mass. 



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GEORGE A. BRAZIL 
"BUZ" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Technology 

'A gentleman makes no noise." 

Ambition: To get the most out of 
life. Characteristic: Black hair. 
Address: 395 Hixville Rd., North 
Dartmouth, Mass. 




Activities: Phi Psi I, 2, 3, 4. 



Activities: Delta Kappa Phi 2, 
3, 4; Univets 2, 3, 4. 




GEORGE T. CAIRES 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Technology 



'/t is a condition which con- 
fronts us, not a theory. ." 

Ambition: To become a million- 
aire. Characteristic: Sense of 
humor. Address: 494 Nash Rd., 
New Bedford, Mass. 



REGIS J. FORREST 
"REGGIE" 

Diploma in Textile Manufacturing 

"It's never too late to learn." 

Ambition: Textile Designer. Char- 
acteristic: Personality. Address: 
145 Benmont Ave., Bennington, 
Vermont. 





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Activities: Phi Psi 2, House 
Manager 3; Univets 1, 2, 3. 






Activities: Delta Kappa Phi 1, 
2, 4, Fund raising Chairman 3; 
Tech Talk 1, 2, 3, 4; Adver- 
tising Manager 2, Editor 3, Re- 
porter 4. 



JOSEPH B. GOODMAN 
"JOE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Technology 

"No one knows what he can do 
until he tries." 

Ambition: To be successful. Char- 
acteristic: Newspaper Editor. Ad- 
dress: 304 Hawthorn St., New 
Bedford, Mass. 



NORMAN J. LOPES 
'NORM" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Technology 

"Little strokes fell great oaks.'' 

Ambition: Production and sales. 
Characteristic: Humility. Address: 
186 Grinnel St., New Bedford, 
Mass. 




Activities: Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Jr. Warden 2, Vice-president 
3, Presfdent 4; Univets 2, 3, 4; 
Interfraternity Council 3; Cir- 
cle K Club 4; Newman Club 2; 
FABRICATOR 3, 4; Assistant 
Sports Editor 3, Business Man- 
ager 4. 








Activities: Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Univers 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cir- 
cle K Club 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk 
3. 



ERNEST A. POITRAS 
"ERNIE" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Technology 

"Gladly would he learn and 
gladly teach." 

Ambition: Teacher. Character- 
istic: Gentlemanly. Address. 13 
Princeton St., New Bedford, Mass. 




ALLEN F. SISSON 



"AL" 

Bachelor of Science Degree in 
Textile Technology 

"He knew the precise psycho- 
logical moment when to say 
nothing." 

Ambition: Textile designer. Char- 
acteristic: Intelligent. Address: 
8 Connecticut Ave., No. Dart- 
mouth, Mass. 



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Activities: Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Circle K Club 4; Phi Psi Presi- 
dent 3; Univets 2, 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 4; FABRICATOR 3, 4, 
Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; 
Interfraternity Council 3, Vice- 
president 3. 




MUMTAZ M. SACO 
"MIKE" 

Mister of Science Degree in 
Textile Engineering 

"Nothing is hard to a willing 
mind." 

Ambition: Production in spinning. 
Characteristic: Accent. Address: 
Mosul, Iraq. 



Activities: Phi Psi 2, 3. 



AKRAM H. SHOLJI 
"AKI" 

Master of Science Degree in 
Textile Engineering 

"Knowledge comes, but wisdom 
lingers." 

Ambition: Weaving. Character- 
istic: Moustache. Address: Mosul, 
Iraq. 




Activities: Phi Psi 2, 3. 




DALE ALAN STETSON 
'CHARLIE" 

Diploma in Textile Manufacturing 

"Loves labor lost." 

Ambition: To play center for the 
Celtics. Characteristic: "Hi pal". 
Address: 74 Center St., Fair- 
haven, Mass. 



Activities: Delta Kappa Phi 1, 
2, 3; Soccer 2; Basketball I, 
2, 3. 



TO THE CLASS OF 1958 

"When a resolute young fellow step! up to the great bully, the world, and tak.es him boldly by the 
beard, he is often surprised to find it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare 
timid adventurers." 

These words were written more than one hundred years ago by Oliver Wendell Holmes. They applied then 
and they apply with even greater intensity today. We at the institute hope we have given you the tools with 
which to face the world. You need now only to take the "great bully" by the beard. Whether it will come 
off will depend upon the intensity of your effort to remove it. Your faculty cares what the results of your 
effort will be and will continue to care in the years to come. 

The results of your efforts will play a very important part in the future of your Alma Mater. We depend 
upon your success in your every day life • a life we are sure will reflect honor on those who guided your early 
footsteps. 

I am sure the Class of 1958 will not fail in its obligations. To all of you my sincere congratulations and 
best wishes. 

Dr. John E. Foster, President 





The class of 1958 is proud to dedi- 
cate its yearbook to Professor Anthony J. 
John. In this small measure we wish to 
express recognition to Professor John for 
his many diligent efforts in behalf of the 
school, the student body, and the senior 
class in particular. To be a success in 
one's avowed vocation is exemplary in 
itself but what is needed today in our 
society is a moral integrity, an apostle of 
the righteousness and devotion to his fel- 
low man. Professor John is a man of 
these high ideals who lives by them daily 
and in this way has contributed to the 
increased prestige of New Bedford Tech. 






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EDMUND RIGBY 
Chairman 

JOHN VERTENTE, JR. 
Vice Chairman 

MRS. IDA EPSTEIN 
Secretary 

DR. JOHN E. FOSTER 
Clerk of the Board 



EX-OFFICIO 

Dr. Owen B. Kiernan 
Francis J. Lawler 
Miss Ruth B. McFadden 
Charles V. F. DeMailly 
Gerald Y. Murphy 
Joseph A. Dancewicz 
Charles Dugdale 
William E. King 
John Vertente, Jr. 
Clarence G. Bowman 
Joseph Dawson, Jr. 
John A. Shea 
George E. Carignan 
Dr. John B. OToole, Jr. 
Mrs. Lydia B. Nunes 




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President Dr. John E. Foster 

Dean of Faculty James L. Giblin 

Dean of Students Augustus Silva 

Director of Admissions Warren M. Holt 

Placement Director Clifford N. Beck 

Principal Clerk and Treasurer Mrs. Mary F. Makin 

Senior Bookkeeper Mrs. Cecilia Zeitler 

Senior Clerk Mrs. Estelle M. Dowd 

Junior Clerk Miss Irene L. Arguin 

Junior Clerk Mrs. Joan A. Gonsalves 

Librarian Miss Claire N. Riley 

Public Relations James A. Flanagan 

Athletic Director Francis Tripp 

Director of Bookstore Louis J. Robitaille 



GEORGE WALKER 
President — Emeritus 




FRANK HOLDEN 
Associate Professor 



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Assistant Professor 




FRED BEARDSWORTH 
Associate Professor 




EDWARD H. CLOUTIER 
Associate Professor 



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JAMES L. CIBLIN 

Professor 

Head of Textile Engineering 

Department 




CLIFFORD N. BECK 
Assistant Professor 



JOHN T. REGAN 
Assistant Professor 



ANTONE RODIL 
Assistant Professor 






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HOWARD C. TINKHAM 

Professor 

Head of Mechanical Engineering Department 




ALDEN COUNSELL 
Assistant Professor 




CONRAD P. RICHARD 
Instructor 




ADAM BAYREUTHER 
Assistant Professor 




JOSEPH L. ROBERTS 
Instructor 




JOHN R. BARYLSKI 
Assistant Professor 





AUGUSTUS SUVA 

Professor 

Head of English Department 







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FRANCIS TRIPP 

Professor 

Head of Chemistry Department 




LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 
Associate Professor 




JOHN C. BROADMEADOW 
Associate Professor 




DR. DWIGHT F. MOWERY, JR. 

Professor 

Head of Graduate School 




EDMUND J. DUPRE 
Associate Professor 




JAMES A. FLANAGAN 

Instructor 

Head of Public Relations 




FERDINAND FIOCCHI 
Assistant Professor 




FRED R. TRIPP 
Instructor 



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Professor 

Head of Mathematics Department 





WALTER MIERZEJEWSKI 
Instructor 




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Instructor 



CEORCE THOMAS 
Assistant Professor 




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Head of Humanities Department 



CELESTINO MACEDO 
Instructor 




WARREN M. HOLT 
Assistant Professor 




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Professor 

Head of Physics Department 




LOUIS J. ROBITAILLE 
Instructor 




LENINE GONSALVES 

Professor 

Head of Electrical Engineering Department 



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Instructor 








RICHARD WALDER 
Instructor 




EVELYN RAMALHETE 
Instructor 



MARGOT NEUGEBAUER 
Instructor 



ROBERT C. BOOTH 
Instructor 




CLAIRE N. RILEY 
Librarian 



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GABRIELLE M. COYNE 
Art Editor 



ALLEN SISSON 
Editor in Chief 



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Editor in Chief Allen Sisson 

Assistant Editors Gerald Lewis 

Joseph Carrier 

Ronald Takach 

Gabriel le Coyne 

Janet Clifford 

Art Editor Gabrielle Coyne 

Art Staff Maureen Kennedy 

Roberta Hawkins 

Joan Parkin 

Janet Clifford 

Business Manager Norman Lopes 

Advertising Manager Joseph Carrier 

Assistant Gerald Lewis 

Assistant Ronald Takach 

Sports Editor Wayne hjaskell 

Assistant James Harrison 

Photographers Douglas Kwong 

Thomas Gorka 

Leo Serpiel 

William Macey 

Hartley Gurney 

Walter Twarog 

David Heap 

Ronald Takach 

Joseph Goodman 

Gerald Lewis 

Wayne Haskell 

Janet Clifford 

Faculty Advisor Dean Silva 

Art Advisor Mr. Robert Booth 

Business Advisor Mr. John Regan 




Norman Lopes — Business Manager 



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Special layout Mr. Booth 

Copy for Clubs Lucien Poyant 

Special Copy Joseph Goodman 

Bruce Gulbranson 
Allan Collinge 
Ronald Takach 
Donald Silveira 




Wayne Haskell — Sports Editor 



Joseph Carrier — Advertising Manager 



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Members of the team — John Murphy, Dale Sylvia, Eddie Sylvia, Barbese- Voutsinas, Don Lucas, Gordon Helme, 
Tom Viera, Coach Cloutier, Jim Lover, Eddie Rose, Pete Anthony, Dave Coakley, Craig Proctor, Struglia, Tom Brown, 
Don Costa, Gil Babcock, Bob Cazimeiro, Milt Oliveira, Don Moriarty, and Al LeClair. 

This years Tech soccer team boasts the best record in the last four years with 7 wins, 2 defeats, and 2 ties, 
with the outcome of one game still in doubt and under protest. 

The feature attraction of the season consisted of Tech downing a previously unbeaten New England College 
on Nov. 2, at Henniker, N. H. to win the Daniel Webster Home Trophy. The contest was the feature attraction of Home- 
coming festivities for the civil engineering college located at the base of the White Mountains in New Hampshire. 

Our soccer team has now brought recognition in the New England area to our school and is now one of the most 
highly rated soccer teams in New England. Hats off to our genial coach Edward Cloutier and the 1957-1958 New 
Bedford Tech soccer team. 



Seasons Results 


Tech 4 


Durfee Tech 


Tech 5 


University of Hartford 


Tech 4 


Durfee Tech 2 


Tech 1 


Lowell Tech 2 


Tech 


Bridgewater 1 


Tech 1 


Rhode Island College 1 


Tech 6 


Babson Institute 


Tech 


Bridgewater 1 


Tech 2 


New England College 1 


Tech 7 


Babson Institute 2 


Tech 3 


New York Maritime 3 


Totals 33 


Opposition 13 




New Bedford Tech's Baseball team for 1957 was composed of; first row — Russ Wissman, Eddie Sylvia, Paul Marois, Walt 
Slocum, Angie Mello, Chris Hayes, Pete Inglese, and Dave Coakley, second row — coach Clarry Haskell, Tom Viera, Dan Loureiro, 
John Foster, Dick Arieta, Dick Motta, Ron Hall, and Bruce Boni. 

Although our baseball team last season did not show too impressive a record with 7 wins and 8 losses, they met up with some 
extremely tough competition and their 7 wins were very impressive. 

On the southern trip early in the season, they recorded impressive victories over the Prof. Institute at Richmond, Virginia, and the 
Campbell, North Carolina College. In league play they scored two decisive victories over rival Stonehill College of North Easton and 
recorded one victory over Durfee Tech of Fall River. Also, they twice defeated Curry College. This season they are looking forward 
to a very tough schedule which will be hampered by the loss of pitcher and first baseman John Foster as well as Angie Mello and Walt 
Slocum who were graduated last year. 



JIT 


OPP.— 1957 




10 


Prof. Institute 


8 


1 


Edwards 


10 





Presbyterian 


4 


1 


Pembroke 


4 


10 


Campbell 


6 


5 


Curry 


4 


2 


Durfee 


3 


5 


Stonehill 


4 


6 


Lowell 


13 


3 


Bridgewater 


10 


1 


Hillyer 


3 


9 


Curry 


8 


12 


Stonehill 












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The New Bedford Tech tennis team during 
the 1957 season was comprised of Danny 
Morrison, Gil Dutra, Bill Bicot, Ron Wade, 
Eddie Sylvia, Arnie Atkinson, and coach Louis 
Pacheco, as well as Marty Bendickson and 
Gus Diez who were absent when photo was 
taken. 

Over the past four seasons, the New Bed- 
ford Tech tennis team has compiled a fan- 
tastic record of 31 wins and only 2 defeats. 
They have held the SNECC championship 
every year since its existence. Tech has not 
registered a tennis match defeat in 2 years 
and is looking forward to continue its win- 
ning ways again this year, although the 
team has lost the services of Danny Morrison 
and Gus Diez who were graduated last year. 












Tech was represented in the NAIA tennis 
championship tournament by Gil Dutra and 
Bill Bicot, who were undefeated in season 
play. The tournament took place at the 
Lammar State College of Technology in Beau- 
mont, Texas, where Bicot and Dutra competed 
against representatives of 31 other NAIA 
member colleges throughout the United States. 
Although they were defeated, they succeeded 
in giving the New Bedford Tech tennis team 
recognition throughout the nation. 



<BIT 


OPP.— 1957 




5 


Babson 


4 


5 


Durfee 





5 


Stonehill 





7 


Lowell Tech 


2 


7 


Merrimack 


2 


5 


Durfee 





5 


Bridgewater 





5 


Bridgewater 





5 


Stonehill 







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The cheering squad this year was comprised of nine 
girls. They are; Rita Dcsjardins, Pat Pimental, Cynthia 
Vercellone, and Lucille Burnham (all freshmen new to 
the squad), head cheerleader Judy Morton, Joyce Dixon, 
Janet Clifford, Nancy Tripp (another freshman), and 
June Brownell. 

This year the cheerleaders, led by their peppy head 
cheerleader Judy Morton, extended a diligent, successful 
effort in their attempt to increase school spirit at the 
various sports events throughout the year. The cheer- 
leaders were particularly pleased with the increase in 
school spirit shown in sports competition and at rallies 
which they ied this year. 

This increase in school spirit was due largely to the 
enthusiasm with which these girls carried out their role 
of cheering our teams on to victory. 








TECH OPP. 



SCORES 



Maritime Academy 
Bloomficld College 
Durfee Tech 
Stonehill College 
Maritime Academy 
Quinnipiac College 
Loyola, Canada 
Stonehill College 
Gorham State Teachers 
New England College 
Babson Institute 
Bloomficld College 
Lowell Tech 
Bridgewater 
U. of Hartford 
Philadelphia Tech. 
Babson Institute 
Bridgewater State Tr. 
Durfee Tech 
Cooper Union College 
Quinnipiac 
NAIA Tourney 

Assumption 

Quinnipiac 
Total 

Total Point Average 
Per Game 



INDIVIDUAL SCORERS 

Games Fields Fouls Tot. Avg. 



85 


55 


80 


81 


73 


61 


84 


77 


94 


61 


57 


51 


94 


46 


70 


71 


77 


76 


113 


79 


104 


76 


97 


79 


76 


75 


82 


70 


59 


81 


59 


66 


99 


79 


114 


85 


71 


56 


84 


80 


70 


98 


62 


71 


77 


66 


1881 


1685 


TECH 


OPP 


81.8 


73.2 



23 McNamara 
23 Lammers 
23 Jonas 
21 Atkinson 



161 76 398 17.3 

125 70 320 13.8 

104 85 293 12.7 

87 48 222 10.5 



Members of the team — left to right — 1st row 

Johny Pina, Dave Lammers, Arnie Atkinson, Dan Loureiro, Bill O'Connell, Dale Stetson; 

2nd row — Manager John Goulding. Ted Jonas, "Butch" MacNamora, E. P. Sylvia, Dick 
Arieta, Russ Wissman, E. W. Sylvia; 3rd row — Len Crane, Gil Dutra, Pete Mendell, Dick 
Daniels, Frank Ottavanelli, and Coach Fran Tripp 

This year the NBIT basketball team again went all out and captured the SNECC 
championship for the second year in a row. They ended the season with a conference 
record of 9 wins and only 1 loss, defeating Durfee Tech of Fall River for the title. 

The season included many road trips, the longest of which was the Montreal, Canada 
trip when Tech defeated Loyola College. 

In season play, the overall record was 17 wins and 6 losses, excluding service teams, 
and of Tech's 6 losses, most were very close contests throughout. Tech lost its 1 con- 
ference tilt to Stonehill College of North Easton by a score of 71 - 70, without the ser- 
vices of Arnie Atkinson. 

Tech participated in the NAIA invitational tournament at New Haven, Conn, and 
although they were defeated in the opening contest by the tourney winner, Assumption 
College of Worcester, by a score of 71 - 62, they took consolation honors by defeating 
strong Quinnipeac College of New Haven by a score of 77 - 66. 

This year's squad showed much promise for future years in outstanding freshmen 
on the squad such as "Butch" MacNamara, Ted Jonas, Eddie Sylvia, Johny Pina, and 
Bill O'Connell. Dale Stetson will be the only Varsity player lost through graduation. 






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MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCIL 

Seniors: 

Joseph Carrier 
Ronald Takach 
Gerald Lewis 
Janet Clifford 

Juniors: 

David Coakley 
William Bicott 
Kenneth De Rego 
Harvey Cunningham 

Sophomores: 

Louis Skinner 
Peter Inglise 
Gene Scwartz 
Daniel Loureiro 

Freshmen: 

Joseph Macker 
Raymond Messier 
Norman Fuller 
Norma Casey 



The Student Council acts as a form of student government for the school. It is com- 
prised of the four officers of each class who are determined each year by class elections. The 
primary functions of the Council are: to appropriate money for all scholastic activities, sponsor 
school assemblies, and the annual Welcome Back Banquet which all students may attend free 
of charge. Bi-monthly meetings of the Council are held under the able leadership of Kenneth 
De Rego, Jr., President. Harvey Cunningham, Jr. acts as Vice President, Norma Casey is 
Secretary, William Bicott, Jr., Treasurer, and Daniel Loureiro, Assistant Treasurer. 






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The Camera Club serves as an outlet for those interested in photography. It also is an 
organization which strives to interest others in a hobby which con be both recreational and 
practical. 

Camera Club members this year have brought about a number of changes in the organiza- 
tion. The darkroom facilities were improved considerably with the rearrangement of epuip- 
ment and installation of a new solution tray drain board. The usefulness of these facilities 
was increased when two modern safelights with changeable filters were installed. 

The use of poly-contrast printing paper was introduced here this year, and proved quite 
valuable to the club. 

Members of the club have done much of the photography work for the Fabricator and 
Tech Talk, and pictures by the members have appeared in various school brochures, the New 
Bedford Standard-Times, and other publications. 

The increased number of entries in this year's Photo Contest shows the growing popularity 
of the contest and of photography itself. The school year of 57-58 has been one of con- 
siderable progress for the Tech Camera Club. 




Officers: 



William Macey 
Russell Ashworth 
Thomas Gorka 
Hartley Gurney 



Members: 



Joseph Mocher 
William Macey 
Russell Ashworth 
Hartley Gurney 
Leo Serpiel 
David Heap 




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Phi Psi opened the year with a total of approximately forty members representing four 
different foreign countries and the United States. Extensive renovations had been completed 
during the summer months to give the Fraternity a modern up-to-date frat house for the 
first full year. Our new bar was installed with the help of members of the fraternity; also a 
brand new Hi Fi set was purchased for the frat house to increase the enjoyment of the 
numerous parties. On October fourth our first dance was held at the frat house with a large 
attendance and much enjoyment. On October sixth, Beta Chapter held open house at the 
house from two to five-thirty. This affair was held for the benefit of instructors and their 
wives. Refreshments were served and the visitors were impressed with the many accomodations 
offered at the house. A Halloween party was held October twenty ninth and the regular 
open house on October nineteenth for non-frat students was held at the Mickiewiscz Club. 
The affair lasted until midnight and was continued at the frat house. On December twentieth 
Phi Psi held its White Christmas Dance at the New Bedford Country Club with the music of 
Ronnie Vince and his orchestra. On January fifth, 1958, the Standard-Times did a full page 
feature on "Life in a Frat House", which gave the reader a very good insight on fraternal 
life in the Beta Chapter frat house. The officers for the year were Norman Lopes, President; 
Bruce Gulbranson, Vice President; Ernest Poitras, Secretary; Richard Pepin, Treasurer; Ronald 
Mitchell, Chapter Editor. The frat house officers chosen in September, 1957 were Regis 
Forrest, house manager and John Donnelly, assistant. 




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Officers: 

Consul 
JOSEPH CORBIEL 

Vice Consul 
JAMES HARRISON 

Sargeont-ot-Arms 

CHRIS HAYES 

Custodian 

.DONALD ROBINSON 

House Committee Chairman 
EDWARD W. SYLVIA 

Annotator 

THOMAS MITCHELL 

Scribe 

WILLIAM BICOTT 



Faculty Advisor 
PROF. LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 

Trustees 

PROF. LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 

PROF. FRED R. TRIPP 



Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Phi has 
realized a long-cherished dream, that of 
acquiring a large Fraternity house to 
furnish the needs of the ever growing 
chapter here at New Bedford Institute 
of Technology. While Delta Kappa Phi 
is one of the oldest fraternities in Amer- 
ica and is listed in the World Almanac 
and the Blue Book of professional fra- 
ternities, it has undergone a transitional 
change in that many of its members are 
matriculating in engineering courses as 
well as the textile courses offered at 
NBIT. Membership in the fraternity re- 
quires that a student be enrolled in any 
course of study here at Tech and main- 
tain an average standing in his class. 
Many of the engineering students hove 
taken advantage of the facilities of our 
new and beautiful Fraternity House loca- 
ted at 54 Campbell Street. Visitors to 
the Fraternity House any school evening 
will invariably find groups of students 
involved in problems ranging from Cal- 
culus and Physics to Weave Formation 
and Fabric Analysis. 




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Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority started off 
this year by initiating five new members 
at an Initiation Banquet at the Cathay 
Temple. In November the sorority put on 
a faculty luncheon which was enjoyed 
by all who attended. A "White Christ- 
mas Dance" was also sponsored in con- 
junction with Phi Psi Fraternity. One of 
the more charitable affairs sponsored by 
the sorority was in making a needy fami- 
ly a great deal happier at Christmastime 
by donating presents and other Yuletide 
pleasures. 



The officers of the sorority are Gab- 
rielle Coyne, president, June Brownell, 
vice-president, Joyce Dixon, secretary, and 
Janet Clifford, treasurer. 




Members: 

Gloria Bernier 
Thelma Dahl 
Roberta Hawkins 
Beth Johnson 
Janet Pasell 
Mary Louise Silva 
Nancy Tripp 
Norma Casey 
Rita Desjardins 
Carol Hebert 
Judy Morton 
Joan Parkin 
Carolyn Skiee 
Cynthia Vercellone 





Members 



Alexander B. Anselmo 


R. K. Tripp 


Alfred J. Coutu 


Walter J. Wordell 


Donald J. LeBlanc 


David A. Yates 


David E. Lowe 


Thomas Helgeland 


Gerald P. Lewis 


Richard J. Bellotti 


John C. O'Connor 


Eorle B. Holden 


Earl B. Parker 


K. M. Bendiksen 


Lionel N. Rodrigues 


J. B. Cadema 


Raymond Souza 


R. G. Manchester 


Ronald V. Takach 


J. J. Milner 


John Thornhill, Jr. 


C. C. Rawlins, Jr. 


Ronald Wade 


J. L. Schwartz 


Walter T. Twarog 


George Kimpel 


Ramon R. Arruda 


Alex Johnson 


R. L. Ashworth 


Wm. Gifford 


Leon J. Cierpial, Jr. 


Carlton Aspin 


R. R. Cordeiro 


Charles Faria 


Alfred S. Deptula 


Anthony Arruda 


Hartley Gurney 


Gerald Gauthier 


W. B. Macy, Jr. 


Edward Cusson 


Thomas F. Mitchell 


John Bowen 


James Marshall 


Francis Gallagher 



Univets is an organization which furthers the 
re-adjustment of Korean veterans to college life. 
The Univets also offers veterans a social life 
consisting of people in his own age group and 
with similar interests. This year the club 
opened their social season with a stag open house 
party which was met with a great deal of en- 
thusiasm. Their second event was the annual 
Veterans' Day Dance which offered much in the 
way of entertainment to all who attended. 

The Univets attempted many civic projects this 
year. A committee was sent to the Board of 
Health Commissioner to inquire about polio and 
flu shots for the student body at N.B.I.T. An- 
other project completed was a trip to the mayor's 
office to propose a safety walk between the 
new and old buildings for the students. The 
Univets are always ready and eager to take action 
for the benefit of all those who attend Tech and 
is a worthy organization for the serious minded 
veteran. 



The Student Affiliate branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, recog- 
nized as such on Feb. 2, 1956, is an organization designed to broaden the student's ac- 
quaintances with the engineering world outside the classroom. Among it's major objectives 
are: to provide opportunities for the students to participate in independent functions brought 
about by their own initiative; to foster those qualities needed by the engineer which are not 
fully cultivated in the classroom; to provide an organization in which the technical devel- 
opments and ideas of students in their academic years can receive recognition. Training 
the student in strengthening his social, technical, and literary bonds with his classmates, 
instructors, and with graduate engineers, and developing some of his administrative qualities 
are not only encouraged by industry but also by the branch at New Bedford Institute of 
Technology. 

The activities of the organization usually include one or two field trips, an annual 
lecture series at Providence, some interesting films, and this year a dance co-sponsored by 
the Mechanical Engineering Club. Two films have already been viewed, one of which was 
the installation of a 132 Kv. Under-Water power cable between Vancouver Island and the 
British Columbia mainland. 

The student branch is open to any students of the Institute, but only the Electrical 
Engineering students may become national members. 



Clifford Wilbur, President 
Dale Sylvia, Vice-President 
Lionel Medeiros, Treasurer 
Allen Sisson, Secretary 



Members 

Chris Hayes 
Ed Sylvia 
Richard Medeiros 
Paul Murray 
Roger Trudeau 
Donald LeBlanc 
Herman Hunt 
Richard Manchester 
Richard Turner 
Dennis Henzel 
Edmund Roberge 
William Conn 



James Murphy 
Mario Thurnudo 
Ray LeBeau 
Joe Corbeil 
David J. Roche 
Ronald Slik 
Edmund Twarog 
John Bowen 
John Walker 
Fred Gorczyca 
Simmons Correia 
Anthony Arruda, 



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This chapter is a student unit of* the Na- 
tional Organization whose student membership 
is open to students preparing for a career in 
some phase of textile chemistry. This club has 
been introduced only recently in the school, but 
has found much enthusiasm. It holds its own 
meetings regularly and also participates in the 
activities of the regional section of the parent 
organization. Their only school function of the 
year was a very successful dance which was un- 
usually well attended. 




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Members: 

Dale Sylvia 
Kenneth De Rego 
John Blenkiron 
Donald McCarthy 
Daniel Laureiro 
Allen F. Sisson 
Leonard Crane 
Richard Thatcher 
Joseph Corbeil 
Richard Arieta 
Edward Sylvia 
Norman J. Lopes 




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The Engineering Club was organized as a means to further the knowledge and education 
of the engineering students, to obtain a broader prospective in engineering, to create a 
closer relationship between themselves and industry, and to correlate theory and practice. 

Officers 

EARLE PARKER, President 

DENNIS HENZEL, Vice-President 

FRED GORCYZCA, Secretary 

PAUL MURRAY, Treasurer 

TOM CONNELLY, Corresponding Secretary 






The Newman Club is a Catholic org- 
anization formed to promote Catholic 
action on a college level. The club is 
affiliated with the National Federation 
of Newman Clubs. This school organiza- 
tion has been very active throughout the 
past year. The Newman Club's first en- 
deavor was an extremely seccessful Com- 
munion breakfast followed by an inter- 
esting speech given by an Army Chaplain. 
Throughout the year a series of informa- 
tive lectures on Catholic dogma were 
given. As the first social event to cele- 
brate the end of Lent, a Post-Lenten 
Dance was sponsored by the group. Father 
Hogan is Acting Chaplain and Professor 
John is Faculty Advisor. 




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President — Donald LeBlanc 

Vice-President — Lucien P. Poyant, Jr. 

Recording Secretary — Maureen Kennedy 

Corresponding Secretary — Patricia Perry 

Treasurer — Richard Pepin 





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The Protestant Fellowship is one of the 
newer organizations at New Bedford Tech 
having been organized only last year. 
The leadership is under Mr. Clifford 
Beck's direction, as advisor of the group, 
while the four officers are June P. Brown- 
ell as President, Allan B. Collinge and 
Louis H. Skinner sharing the office of 
Vice-President, and Judy Morton, Secre- 
tary. 

The aim of the group is to bring about 
Christian Fellowship through worship, re- 
creation, cultural enrichment, and social 
activities. Worship' is attained through 
varied monthly meetings held on Sunday 
nights followed by recreation of different 
types. 

A few of the high spots of the group 
this year would be the enlightening dis- 
cussions with Rev. Gene Landry, who is 
the spiritual advisor of the group, the 
showing of the film "Martin Luther", the 
quiet retreat to Camp Clark, and the 
charity basketball game the fellowship 
sponsored to benefit the Standard-Times 
Neediest Families Fund. 




Officers: 

President — June Patricia Brownel 

Vice-President — Allan Collinge 

Vice-President — Louis Skinner 

Secretary — Judy Morton 



Members: 



Joyce Dixon 

Mrs. Judith Thatcher 

Earl Holden 

Wayne Haskell 

Bill Macy 

Richard Thatcher 



Thelma Dahl 



Carolyn Skie 

Russell Ashworth 

Edward W. Sylvia 

Thomas Damon 

Hartley Gurney 

James Harrison 







The Collegians is the name of the 
newly formed glee Club at N.B.I.T. As 
yet the group is quite small, but their 
lack of quantity is compensated for by 
their excellent quality. The Collegians' 
first appearance this year was for the 
Canterbury Club of Grace Episcopal Church 
where they were received enthusiastically. 
The glee club presented an entertaining 
Christmas performance at school before 
the holidays, and also represented the 
school at Music Week. The groups' presi- 
dent is Louis Skinner and their able ac- 
companist is Richard Amerod. The Col- 
legians is a young group, but their plans 
for the coming year indicate a success- 
ful future. 



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The 1957-58 year has brought many 
changes to the official student publica- 
tion of New Bedford Tech. An enlarged 
staff and increased efficiency has en- 
abled Tech Talk to make its greatest 
increase in publication ever. 

Eleven issues were published in this, 
the fifth volume, compared with six issues 
in volume four. This increased number 
of issues has enabled the staff to give 
better coverage to general school news. 
It has also allowed an increase of sports 
and student activities coverage. Scores 
and highlights of all soccer, basketball, 
and baseball games and tennis matches 
were published. In this volume, the ac- 
tivities calender was permanently estab- 
lished. One issue was published especially 
for Tech's open house in February. An- 
other, published in April, was devoted 
entirely to original student humor. Again 
as in past years, advertising copy and 
revenues were increased with the help 
of the staff advertising men. Photo- 
graphic quality was improved by the 
efforts of veteran photographers. Tech 
Talk's new office is one of the most 
important changes of the year. The in- 
creased available office space has speed- 
ed up typing and layout work making 
shorter copy working time. Experience 
tells in the quality of Tech Talk as the 
newspaper increases in age. Improvements 
in layout, content, and coverage are in- 
creasing over the years as each stoff 
hands down to the next the experience 
acquired in their tenure. We have bene- 
fitted from the improvements of last 
year's staff and build on those improve- 
ments. Tech Talk has come far in its 
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PEACH'S CAFE 

399 RIVET STREET 



THE OUTPOST AND BAMBOO LOUNGE 

TEL. WYman 2-8622 

NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. 

FINE FOODS AND CHOICE LIQUORS 

Catering to Weddings, Banquets, etc. 
Continuous Entertainment and Dancing 

LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 

MOVING 
A. D. McMULLEN, INC. 

304 KEMPTON STREET 

WYman 3-0904 Exc, " sive x ™ Bedford Ajjent- AERO MAYFLOWER 

World-Wide Furniture Movers 

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WILLIAM T. KING LUMBER CO. 

Building Materials — Roofing — Millwork — Hardware — Paints — Lumber 
25 Russells Mills Road South Dartmouth, Mass. 

"King Means Quality" 

HELFAND DAIRY PRODUCTS 

220 RUSSELLS MILLS ROAD 

SOUTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. 

Complete Line of Dairy Products 

Good Luck Class of 1958 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers 

TECHNOLOGY CENTER 
NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 




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from KAPPA SIGMA PHI SORORITY 

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CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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763 Purchase Street 



Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society- 
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New Bedford, Mass. 



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CORREIA AND SONS 

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92-104 ALLEN STREET — NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
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Tel. WYman 2-7822 



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BISHOP AND HACKETT 

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444 Pleasant St. 



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ERNIE'S BARBER SHOP 
648 Brock Ave. 



259 UNION STREET 



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COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Fall River 

FALL RIVER, MASS. 

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ALFRED RIOUX 
791 Brock Avenue New Bedford, Mass. 

Dial WYman 6-0174 

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TEL. WYman 2-3149 
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WM. CARTER CO. 



55 WILLIAM STREET 



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CLIFTON, NEW JERSEY 



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969 SHAWMUT AVENUE 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 




319-325 SECOND STREET 

ELIZABETH, N. J. 

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(Class 1933) 



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Cor. Ashley Blvd. and Sawyer St.— WY 3-1336 



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94 SAWYER STREET 
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CALVIN CLOTHING COMPANY 
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139 POTTER STREET 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



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74 KILBURN STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

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1360 ACUSHNET AVE. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

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GUILHERME M. LUIZ & CO. 

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101 RIVET STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

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550 WEST 23rd STREET 
New York 11, N. Y. 
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J. C. RHODES & CO. 

Division of Plymouth Cordage 
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611 BELLEVILLE AVE. 
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WYman 8-5551 
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982 KEMPTON STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

WYman 6-5252 

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344 COURT STREET 

WYman 2-3177 

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486 PLEASANT STREET 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

WYman 3-0157 

BROWN ELECTRICAL COMPANY 

EST. 1919 

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27 North Second St. New Bedford, Mass. 

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62 Weir St., Taunton, Mass. 

LOUIS GAUDETTE 
107 Main St., Acushnet 

BROWNIE'S TAVERN 
858 Brock Ave. 



SYCAMORE STREET GARAGE 
24 Sycamore Street 

J. I. PAULDING 
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CORNISH & CO., INC. 

'Insurance that Protects" 
Since 1867 



STANLEY OIL COMPANY, Inc. 



480 MT. PLEASANT STREET 



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Vander Electric & Equipment Co., Inc. 

CORNER OF NORTH STREET & NORTH SECOND STREET 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Electrical Contractors 

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Lariviere's Pharmacy 

Oscar A. Lariviere, Reg. Pharm. 
600 Cottage Street, Cor. Robeson St. New Bedford, Mass. 

Tel. WYnian 4-7439 

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WYman 3-2641 

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FINNI— QUEEN JEWELERS, INC. 

GIFFORD MARINE CO., INC. 

GILT EDGE TEXTILE MILLS, INC. 
79 Brooks St. New Bedford 

ROBERT'S PHARMACY 
629 Brock Ave. 

GOMES AND CORREIA 
686 Brock Ave. 

DUCLOS PHARMACY 
56 Rodney French Blvd. 

LEMLIN'S HARDWARE 
33 Rodney French Blvd. 

LOUIS MEDEIROS 
866 South Water St. 

ESTATE THOMAS W. CROACHER 
384 South Water St. 

AL AND PHYL'S BAKERY 

AND DELICATESSEN 

364 Main St., Fairhaven 

MANUEL CAMARA, JR. 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

OFFICE: 1934 Purchase St., N. B. 

HOME: 7 Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven 

PARK OIL COMPANY 

MACEDO'S PHARMACY 
409 Rivet St., Gene Macedo, Reg. Ph. 

DELILAH'S BRIDAL SALON 
1142 Acushnet Ave. 

THE MELODY SHOP 
257 Union St.— Tel. WYman 2-3645 

Hal Jaslow, Proprietor 

Complete Assortment of Records and 

Hi Fi Phonos 

DOLMAR BAKERY 

BEACON LUMBER CO. 

MANNY CORREIA'S ESSO 
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SMITH MILLS PHARMACY 



ALBION B. STONE— JEWELER 

SIDNEY'S DEPT. STORE, INC. 

.OXFORD PHARMACY 
348 Main St., Fairhaven 

COMMUNITY PHARMACY 
133 Ruth St. 

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CAPE COD STAGING AND 
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PETER S. THOMAS FABRICS 

SAFEWAY MARKET 
1592 Acushnet Ave. 

SOUPY'S LUNCH 
1235 Acushnet Ave. 

WHITE COTTAGE ICE CREAM 

WOLLISON'S DRESS SUIT PARLOR 
Olympia Building Room 221 

ETHAN AMES MFG. CO, INC. 
908 Purchase St. 

BROOKLAWN PHARMACY 
1902 Acushnet Ave. 

EDDIE'S BARBER SHOP 
1864 Acushnet Ave. 

CENTRAL PHARMACY 
1833 Acushnet Ave. 

GEORGE'S TAVERN 
1168 Acushnet Ave. 

AVENUE BEVERAGE, INC. 
1120 Acushnet Ave. 

CHARLIE'S HOT DOG 
1648 Acushnet Ave. 

PAUL'S WINDOW CLEANING 

VOGUE MFG. CO, INC. 

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45 Cove Street — New Bedford, Massachusetts 
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